Are you ready to be a part of a top secret adventure that will forever change your perspective on government, national security, and counter-terrorism forever?
Regent University’s Summer Government Camp allows you the opportunity to see, sense, and engage in highly secure and sensitive facilities that are normally off limits to civilians. Through this invigorating 5-day experience, you will access high-level military, political, and corporate installations and interact with top military, political, academic, and corporate leaders in the national security and counter-terrorism world. This sounds awesome, right?
Each day campers attend dynamic presentations focusing on national security, the intelligence community, terrorism and counter-terrorism, and law enforcement. This camp also includes field trips to high-level military installations, security contractors, and command control centers that provide campers with a "hands-on" experience of the national security and intelligence community. This powerful combination of cutting-edge field trips and stimulating presentations makes Regent’s Summer Government Camp a one-of-a-kind summer day camp experience.
If you are interested in this exhilarating top secret adventure, then what are you waiting for? Space is limited—secure your spot as soon as possible!
Access to exciting, normally classified-to-the-public access areas
Interactions with national academic and professional experts in fields such as law enforcement, counter-terrorism and military intelligence
Exposure to the growing opportunities for employment and service in the security and intelligence sector
Past Field Trips Have Included
ACADEMI Training Center, Moyock NC – Take part in a complete tour of the largest private training center in the country, including training observation and program briefs from some of the industry's leading experts.
U.S. Coast Guard Station, Portsmouth, VA – Learn about security issues from one of the East Coast's busiest commercial ports.
Langley Air Force Base, Hampton, VA – Enjoy an up-close look at the F-22 Raptor and learn about security initiatives and pilot training.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training & Evaluation Unit, Virginia Beach, VA – Observe some of the latest techniques for explosive identification and disposal.
Old Dominion University's Vision Lab, Norfolk, VA – Experience the most current research in the field of computer-based facial recognition systems, for anti-terrorism use in U.S. ports.
"It's so fun! I actually learned a lot, and it made me more interested in government-related topics. I might consider a government job after college if the right opportunity presented itself.” Participating student -
"They key for us was that Regent had developed something so comprehensive. They have been able to do so many things. The more exposure they can receive, the more they will be prepared to formulate a better understanding of how they can fit in with an occupation." Parent of the participant